Veteran Ghanaian actor, Kingsley Akwasi Kyeremanteng, widely known as Ajos succeeded in throwing mourners into laughter at the funeral of the late KABA after he first met the wife of the Ghana’s Vice President, Hajia Samira Bawumia.
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The final funeral rites of the Asempa FM journalist, Kwadwo Asare Bafour Acheampong (KABA) was held on Saturday, at the forecourt of the State House in Accra.
Hundreds of sympathizers who thronged the State House to mourn the late broadcaster were entertained after Ajos appeared at the funeral.
Ajos who took his turn to shake the hands of the Second lady for the first time was stunned by her exceptional beauty.
Samira Bawumia who is known for her unique sense of fashion, does not fail to blaze the fashion trail wherever she finds herself.
The ace comedian Ajos, known for his ‘weird’ fashion sense, who was in a handshake with some dignitaries at the funeral couldn’t stand the blazing beauty of Samira, making him shy away from shaking her hands.
Ajos who was surprised to have met Samira Bawumia resorted to humour by walking back and forth in a hilarious manner, before shaking the hands of the Second Lady.
Samira who was equally excited then embraced the 65-year-old Akan drama star to the delight of many onlookers.
Though there were sad faces at the funeral, Ajos managed to put some smiles on the faces of many mourners with his sense of humour.
KABA was laid to final rest at the Osu cemetery in Accra on Saturday.
The respected journalist passed away after on Saturday, November 18, 2017 after he was rushed to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital for an emergency care.
The 37-year-old broadcaster left behind a wife Valentina, and a seven months old baby girl.
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